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Central Africa: from 2013 coup to key polls
Here is a snapshot of events since a March 2013 coup in Central African Republic, which held presidential and parliamentary elections Sunday. - March 2013: The fall of Bozize - On March 24, rebels from the Muslim-dominated Seleka coalition seize the presidential palace in the capital Bangui. Francois Bozize, who has been in power for 10 years, flees. A day later, Seleka leader Michel Djotodia suspends the constitution and says he will rule by decree…
by AFP
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